Blog 7 – The Master and The Saint

“Make me a fragrance that smells like love.”                                   [...]

Blog 6: Chanel No 5 – Scented poetry captured in a bottle for the last 100 years

“A woman’s perfume with a woman’s scent”                                  In the [...]

Blog 5 – Perfume for a higher cause

If rituals and traditions were ornaments adorning a person, then fragrance would be the fabric covering the skin.  I can hardly recollect a ritual that [...]

Blog 4 – Finding common ground between Grasse and Kannauj

The study of perfume history is quite a fascinating one. It is said that perfumery existed in some of the oldest civilizations such as the [...]